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9.___________ sense is thesensory system for bodyposture and orientation.A.B.stationC.auditionD.Habituation
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10.A(n) __________ is a falseimpression of the physicalworld that can be producedby actual physicaldistortions or by errors inthe perceptual process.
11.Looking over a field ofsunflowers, Tashia judgesthe rows having greaterdetail as being closer to her.This is an example of:
12.Which basic Gestaltprinciple of organizationstates that objects that arephysically close together aregrouped together?
13.__________ is the tendencyfor the environment to beperceived as remaining thesame in spite of changes insensory input.A.B.HabituationC.Retinal disparityD.Convergence
14.Anthropologist ColinTurnbull (1961) provided aclassic example of an adultwho had never developed asense of __________ . Hissubject had lived in a rainforest so dense that he hadnever seen further thanabout 100 yards. When thesubject first saw a herd ofwater buffalo in thedistance, he thought theywere insects. As they drovetoward the “insects,” theyseemed to “grow” intobuffalo.
15.__________ allows us toaccurately estimate thedistance of perceivedobjects and thereby toperceive the world in threedimensions.
16.___________ is a binocularcue to distance in whichseparation of the eyescauses different images tofall on each retina.
17.____________ is abinocular depth cue inwhich the eyes turn inwardas objects move closer. Theamount of strain in the eyemuscles is used as a cue bythe brain to interpretdistance.A.B.ConvergenceC.Perceptual adaptationD.Monocular cue
18.__________ refers to thefact that when an observer ismoving, objects at variousdistances move at differentspeeds across the retinalfield. Close objects appearto whiz by, farther objectsseem to move slowly, anddistant objects appear toremain stationary.
19.___________ is Young'stheory that color perceptionresults from mixing threedistinct color systems – red,green, and blue.

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